Participants of construction need a unified electronic environment


To create an effective life cycle management system for capital facilities, it is necessary to create a unified electronic environment for all construction participants, said Igor Manylov, head of the State Expertise Committee of Russia.

“Docking of segments of technical regulation and facility lifecycle management is today one of the most important issues in the industry. The participants in the process – customers, designers, experts – need to focus on learning how to manage construction at all stages of the implementation of the facility, and not solve their separate tasks. We must think about how to properly plan and implement the object. For this, the industry needs to be integrated into a single information system”, said Igor Manylov.

To achieve a high degree of integration is impossible without the introduction of BIM-technologies. At the same time, it is necessary for all participants in the process to ensure the possibility of remote work with the digital “double” of the object and synchronization of all data in a common electronic environment. In addition to the introduction of information technology, a large amount of preparatory work is also necessary.

“It is necessary to transfer the fund of regulatory and technical documentation regulating design and construction issues into a digital format, form the basis for the transition to automated verification of the information model of a capital construction project, introduce a unified system for classifying building information in order to harmonize regulatory and technical documentation with international and Russian legislation. And here the task of the Glavgosexpertiza of Russia is to provide maximum assistance to the formation of a unified information environment”, said Igor Manylov.

Source: Glavgosexpertiza of Russia

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